Should U.S. Take ‘NO’ of India as an Answer?

Should U.S. Take ‘NO’ of India as an Answer?

“I would like to categorically state that no such request (mediation on Kashmir) has been made by the Prime Minister (Modi) to the US President,” Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, Minister of External Affairs told the Indian Parliament on July 23, 2019. He...
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History lessons for Amit Shah on Kashmir that he should have studied in school

History lessons for Amit Shah on Kashmir that he should have studied in school

Amit Shah must know that former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru is the reason why two-third of Jammu and Kashmir is a part of India today Seventy-two years after the state of Jammu & Kashmir acceded to India, questions are still...
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Marriage and Culture: Two sides of the same coin

Marriage and Culture: Two sides of the same coin

Human beings transcended barriers of barbarism and jungle life in quick succession and modified the way they lived to evolve a life worth living. It is this space of contextual dimension where the law arose to place of prominence to...
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The extravaganza of modern wedding in Kashmir

The extravaganza of modern wedding in Kashmir

Nikaah, referred as Khandar in the Kashmiri language is a sacred function held to tie a lawful nuptial knot between the bride and the groom in the presence of witnesses. The rituals in Nikaah are held to seek the pleasure...
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Climate change will not spare anyone

Climate change will not spare anyone

Climate change is a major global issue today. Every country is realizing it and is setting goals to find solutions which can help mitigate its impacts. Level of greenhouse gases has gone up and down over the history of Earth,...
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Unknown Gunmen: Another reality of Kashmir

Unknown Gunmen: Another reality of Kashmir

The encompassing proclivity of the armed conflict since decades has engulfed every corner of life in Kashmir. It is that part of the world where gunfights, strewn bodies of soldiers, mutilated militants—interminable wails in-between—and everything that ten...
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A divided Kashmir

A divided Kashmir

We are losing on all counts. Time to think Call it our evolution or a mere coincidence that we seem to be expanding fast politically and militarily at the same time. This growth or expansion is more digital rather than...
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How Narendra Modi seduced India with Envy and Hate

How Narendra Modi seduced India with Envy and Hate

The prime minister has won re-election on a tide of violence, fake news and resentment. Before dawn on Feb. 26, Narendra Modi, the Hindu nationalist prime minister of India, ordered an aerial attack on the country’s nuclear-armed neighbor, Pakistan. There...
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Caged within smartphones

Caged within smartphones

While walking down the memory lane, we pre-2000 generation has a lot to cherish. Starting from open baths in nearby streams and rivers to playing gilli danda, all was pristine and natural. We still remember and cherish the social pluralism...
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E-Curfew and Digital India

E-Curfew and Digital India

In the era of digital India, Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) has witnessed internet shutdown for more than 197 times in 2018-19. One of the first steps taken by the government for the maintenance of law and order in Kashmir is...
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